Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Stram, Bruce N. 2016. "Key challenges to expanding renewable energy." Energy Policy 96:728-734.

Strand, Linn B., Shilu Tong, Rosemary Aird, and David McRae. 2010. "Vulnerability of Eco-environmental Health to Climate Change: The Views of Government Stakeholders and Other Specialists in Queensland, Australia." BMC Public Health 10:441.

Strange, Susan. 1998. Mad Money: When Markets Outgrow Governments. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. 

Strange, Tracey and Anne Bayley. 2008. Sustainable Development: Linking economy, society, environment. OECD, Paris. [PDF]

Strauss, S.Y., C.O. Webb, and N. Salamin. 2006. "Exotic Taxa Less Related to Native Species Are More Invasive." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(15):5841-5845.

Straussa, Benjamin H., Scott Kulpa, and Anders Levermann. 2015. "Carbon choices determine US cities committed to futures below sea level." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 12 October. [PDF] [news story

Strickland, Eliza. 2009. "Europe’s Plan to Draw Solar Power From the Sahara Moves Ahead." Discover 2 November. [related PDF]

Strong, Maurice F. 1997. "Looking Towards A Sustainable and Secure Energy Future." Harvard International Review Summer.

Stronza, Amanda. 2008. "Through a New Mirror: Reflections on Tourism and Identity in the Amazon." Human Organization 67(3):244-257. [abstract]

STS-NRC. 2010. Certifiably Sustainable? The Role of Third-Party Certification Systems: Report of a Workshop. Science and Technology for Sustainability Program (STS), National Research Council (NRC). National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.

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